The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) is currently recruiting for two Clerical Officer positions within our Communications section.
The Department of Education has released details of the Summer Provision for 2022.
Registration is now open for INTO Learning online summer courses and the week-long face-to-face course in Dún Chaoin, Co Kerry on moodle.intolearning.ie.
Following the first in-person meeting of Presidents and General Secretaries from the ten education unions within the British and Irish Group of Teacher Unions (BIGTU), the group has called on policy makers within their jurisdictions to prioritise the tackling of teacher workload and the promotion of practitioner wellbeing within schools, colleges and universities.
INTO members are being reminded that 9 May 2020 is a key date for staffing arrangements in primary schools and are also advised that those eligible for a Contract of Indefinite Duration (CID) should apply as soon as possible.
To mark May Day, an international day to commemorate the historic struggles of workers and the gains made through the labour movement, the INTO has designed a series of engaging lesson plans called Trade Unions 101 / Ceardchumainn 101.
The National Council for Special Education (NCSE) has released guidelines on the appeals process for SET allocations. Criteria for the 2022/2023 allocations are outlined in Circular 0020/2022 published earlier this month. The list of allocations by school is available as Appendix C linked to Circular 0025/2022.
Reminder: 30 April is the final closing date for applications for Outstanding Qualification Allowances
The final closing date for receipt of eligible qualification allowance applications is 30 April 2022. This is as a result of the findings of the adjudicator under a claim brought to the Teachers’ Conciliation Council by the teacher unions.
The INTO Bursary Scheme for members will be continued for 2022.
Congress 2022 has elected a new President and Vice-President of the INTO ...